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1936 Gibson L-00 (GIA0482)

$3,995
1936 Gibson L-00, Sunburst Finish, Fire Striped Pick guard, 14 frets at the body, Great feeling neck! Nice low action, Fine sounding! VG+, Vintage Hard shell case, $3,995
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~1936 Gibson L-00

$3,950
This is a great Gibson L-00 from the mid to late 1930's. It plays and sounds excellent. There is a repaired center-seam crack and a small crack from the guard to the bridge, also repaired. Aside from that it is structurally sound. The action is great. Call for an in hand description.
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1936 Gibson L-00

$4,500
Retrofret Stock # 6296. Gibson L-00 Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1936), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 297-B-24, sunburst top, dark back and sides finish, mahogany back, sides and neck; spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, black hard shell case. The L-00 has always been one of Gibson's most popular Depression era guitars, both then and now. This guitar was at the bottom of the flat top...
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1936 Gibson L-00

$5,999
1936 Gibson L-00 in very good condition. All original right down to the bridge pins. There is some minor checking in the original finish and signs of light play wear. One 3" back crack well repaired with hide glue and a 3" repaired center seam separation on the top. Nearly impossible to see and doesn't show in the photos. The pickguard has been loosened and reglued and the ubiquitous b...
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1936 Gibson L-00

$3,650
Sensational sound. Very good-looking once all the grime was removed from the front. No-crack front that reflects the warm full sound of this guitar. Great looking firestripe pick guard. Back has a few cracks and a barely visible hairline heel crack which looks like a finish crack. Replica tuners were tinted off-white with tea bags to look old. This guitar has low action and is a joy to play....
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1936 Bronson Honolulu Deluxe

$3,650
Retrofret Stock # 3797. Bronson Honolulu Deluxe Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar, c. 1936, made in Chicago, sunburst top, natural back and sides finish, Brazilian rosewood back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, black tolex hard shell case. This is a very interesting and rare 1930's higher grade flat-top guitar. Bronson was a Detroit-based spinoff of the Oahu...
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1936 Gibson Cason J. Robison

$2,895
In the 1930s, Montgomery Ward had guitars made for them with the "Carson J.Robison" name, to take advantage of the popularity of that cowboy singing star of the day. By 1936, these guitars were being made for Ward's by Gibson, with the later ones like this having the identical body contour and dimensions of Gibson fabulous L-0 and L-00 models. The main difference was straight bracing under the...
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1936 Gibson L-0

$5,995
One of the very best-sounding, robust tone and volume, clearest pre-war Gibsons, we've seen in many years. In remarkably fine structural condition as well, with no cracks anywhere and no repairs ever having been needed. There is an area of top finish that has somehow gotten somewhat white but is cosmetic only. Original frets too, in excellent shape; tuners are 1950s replacements, work just fine...
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1936 Gibson Kalamazoo KG-14

$2,000
Very loud sounding and lots of warm- a real musical instrument with nuance and feeling. Condition is fine, only nicks and scratches, no cracks, action is a touch high,but still the guitar is very playable. Just about as nice as any nice L-00. And for so much less.
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1936 Gibson L-5

$6,750
Retrofret Stock # 6493. Gibson L-5 Model Arch Top Acoustic Guitar (1936), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 93222, sunburst lacquer finish, maple back and sides, spruce top; maple neck with ebony fingerboard, brown tolex hard shell case. This is an extremely well preserved and very good sounding early "Advanced" L-5 from the mid-1930's. Beginning in late 1934 Gibson upgraded their entire...
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1936 Gibson L-4

$3,595
I've seen these called L-75 and perhaps that's the correct nomenclature, but as they say, usage trumps tradition in linguistics and everyone seems to like the name "L-4" much better. A big, full 16" Gibson, identical body outline as the later J-185s and ES-175s, with a carved solid spruce top and solid carved mahogany back and solid mahogany sides; lovely full -"V" neck shape. It's all tight and...
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1932 Gibson L-00

$3,950
Sold: Early 12 fret model in Excellent condition. Couple of cracks and newer exact bridgeplate. Great action with reset and newer saddle. Original finish! Some bellying in one area with newer brace underneath. Strap pin plugged. Sounds and plays great. Original hard case.
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1934 Gibson L-00

$5,250
Retrofret Stock # 6123. Gibson L-00 Model Flat Top Acoustic Guitar (1934), made in Kalamazoo, Michigan, serial # 877, sunburst top, dark back and sides finish, mahogany back and sides, spruce top; mahogany neck with rosewood fingerboard, original black chipboard case. An extremely well-preserved, nicely original example of Gibson's early-mid 1930's 14-fret smallbody flattop classic. The guitar's...
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1935 Gibson L-00

$3,850
Fresh neckset. Two long repaired top cracks. Comes with original soft shell case (and original tissue paper!). Very fine tone. Purchased from the family of the original owner in Tennessee.
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~1934 Gibson L-00

$4,250
I was told this one a 1934 and if it is, its the earliest bigger sunburst I've seen. FON looks like 147 1. It could be possibly a 1935. Regardless, its the cleanest one I've had! recent neck reset by John Arnold and a couple of small cracks on back repaired. Sounds great as expected. Newer hard case.
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1933 Gibson L-00

$4,699
1933 Gibson L-00 in very good condition. This is an all original example of an early 14 fret sunburst L-00. We reset the neck and repaired a small top crack. The original saddle and bridge are uncut. The frets had wear in just the first position so we carefully replaced the first three. This is a lightweight but very solid instrument. It has a warm throaty sound with plenty of power. The...
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1939 Gibson L-00 (#GIA0593)

$4,995
1939 Gibson L-00, Sunburst, Double bound, 14 frets at the body, Script logo, Fire stripe pickguard, Original Kluson tuners with Amber buttons, Fabulous instrument, One family ownership, EC, NHSC, $4,995
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1938 Gibson L-00 (#GIA0577)

$4,995
1938 Gibson L-00, Tobacco Sunburst, Fire Stripe pick guard, Script logo, Bound Top & Back, Nice big fat neck! Tremendous instrument! VG++, NHSC, $4,995
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1932 Gibson L-00 L-OO

$2,889
1932 GIBSON L-00, L-OO BLACK ULTRA RARE. EARLY MODEL IN TUXEDO BLACK FINISH WITH WHITE PICK-GUARD. THIS EARLY TWELVE FRET MODEL IS A FANTASTIC PLAYING GUITAR. SOME OVER SPRAY.GOOD PROJECTION. CRISP HIGHS AND SMOOTH LOWS. ORIGINAL GIBSON LOGO.COMES WITH NEW HARD SHELL CASE. NEWER FRETS.VERY GOOD ACTION ON A STRAIGHT NECK.   GUITAR HAS BEEN PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED AND SETUP WITH NEW...
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~1937 Gibson L-00

$3,750
c 1937, sunburst, fire stripe pick guard, center seam reglued, vgc++
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1939 Gibson L-00 (#GIA0555)

$4,995
1939 Gibson L-00, Sunburst, Double bound body, Fire stripe Pickguard, Script logo, Original deluxe tuner buttons, 14 frets at body, Very lovely example, VG++, NSSC, $4,995
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1934 Gibson L-00

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1934 L-00 beat but sweet... bridge has been professionally re-glued ... lots of wear and tear but ... plays and sounds great ... fon # is 921...
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1937 Gibson L-00 (#GIA0461)

$3,595
1937 Gibson L-00, Black, Bound top, Fire Stripe pickguard, Chunky “V” neck, VG+, SSC, $3,595
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~1935 Gibson L-00

$4,000
#14776 ink stamp barely readable and 194 in red pencil scrawled below it. A very fine player. No cracks front or back, normal play wear and low action with no visible neckset. One tight 4 inch long hairline split in the middle of the left lower bout, back is uniformly covered in very light scratches which I hope to buff out. The Gibson prewar L-00 is rapidly becoming the guitar of choice for...
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~1930 Gibson L-00

$3,250
Gibson L-00 with a 14 fret neck, mahogany back and sides, small, sunburst spruce top with firestripe pickguard with strum wear around its perimeter. Good frets, replacement bridge and Schaller tuners. Nothing has been refinished and the guitar still has a fine growl and tone that only old Gibsons kick out. Neck is straight, action is fairly low and this babe is ready to roll....once again....
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~1932 Gibson L-00

$2,950
#139 circa 1932 New pyramid bridge and neck set caused the price to come up. No trace of a pickguard, but was professionally refinished on the top and back of the neck ( a long while ago), but left original on back body and sides. Perhaps the neck was reshaped to a C-shape. 12 fret with a working truss rod (1 3/4" nut) neck. We adjusted many frets and reglued the loose braces. Super...
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~1935 Gibson L-00

$3,939.39

Bay State Vintage Guitars

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Gibson L-00 mid 1930's I guess, I don't know the exact year. 100% original but for bridge pins. Low saddle, low action, nice big V neck, plays and sounds great! NO CRACKS! Original case in very utile condition. She's a goodun'! Best one for the money here! I'll ship it to ya for free too!
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1937 Gibson L-00

$6,450
That's a nice example of a pre war Gibson. This blues machine is in very nice shape and is crack free. It doesn't need a neck reset and it's ready to play. Price is 4680 €. More pix and details upon request. Could be shipped worldwide. 0033.664.43.68.83. www.bassNguitar.fr
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1999 Gibson L-00 Acoustic Flat-Top

$4,250
The Nicest Of All The Small-Bodied Gibson Flat Tops… The Later "Robert Johnson" Model. 1932 Gibson L-00 Acoustic Flat-Top. This 14 3/4-inch wide, 4 3/8 inch deep, ebony "Dreadnaught family" lightly arched-top, "flat-back" guitar weighs just 3.00 lbs. Slightly arched laminated spruce top with 'X' bracing and round sound hole with three (white/black/white) rings. Mahogany back and sides,...
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Collings Waterloo WL-14X

$1,949
Picking up an X-braced Collings Waterloo is the closest any of us will ever come to experiencing what it must have been like to play a new Gibson L-00 back in the 1930’s. We, again, tip our collective hats to the people at Collings who’ve created these fine guitars after carefully studying those great 1930’s originals. From the feel of the neck to the similarity of the tone, they really did a...
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